SHS Web Conf.
Volume 97, 2021International Conference “Technological Educational Vision” (TEDUVIS 2020)
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Information and analytical support for the development of teacher education in Russia
Russian Academy of Education, 119121, Moscow, Russian Federation
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The relevance of the study is due to the need to implement the Russian national system of teachers’ professional growth, in the context of strategic priorities (reflected in the national projects “Education” and “Science”), as well as in the context of a new pedagogical reality: digitalization, integration into professional pedagogical education of practical knowledge, change of teachers’ generations, etc. The aim of the study was to develop scientific ideas about the structure and principles of analytical support for updating lifelong education (its structure, content and process). The initial materials of the research were as follows: educational standards and programs in pedagogy (levels of secondary and higher professional education); research materials from leading Russian scientific schools in the field of pedagogical education, etc. The results of the study clearly shown the existing significant backlog of scientific-theoretical and scientific-applied research corresponded with the answers to the main challenges which the system of professional pedagogical education faces nowadays. At the same time, the need was revealed to consolidate the efforts of research teams, as well as the generation of scientific ideas in order to solve problems by the compositions of interregional expert groups. To solve the problem of consolidation, the organization of expert and analytical activities in teacher education has been developed, and its following main components have been identified: network management of expert and analytical activities, coordination of experts on problematic issues in teacher education and its key issues, and development of expert infrastructure.
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